(1907 - 1998)
Edward Lynam Grant was active/lived in Delaware. Edward Grant is known for design, painting, teaching, illustration, engraving.
Biography Edward Grant
Edward Grant (1907-1998)
Born in Wilmington, Delaware's 40 Acre section in 1907, Edward Grant exhibited an early interest in the visual world with his rendered maps of the rapidly changing neighborhood and the houses of his family's extensive social circle.
In his early years as a student and illustrator, Grant studied under local artistic giants like Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, Thorton Oakley, Henrietta Stadleman and Frank Schoonover. His interest in the arts extended into teaching, serving as a regular art instructor in the Wilmington Academy of Art, the Studio Group, the Art Club, and the Rehoboth Art League. During the Great Depression, Grant was hired as a supervisor for Delaware's WPA/FAP Mural Program and his w
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